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3D Snakes II

Amstrad CPC - Released - December 25, 1987

Explora

Explora

Atari ST - Released - 1988

This is a sequel to Chrono Quest, part of a series of games called Explora in their original French releases. After the events of the first game, you attempt to return to France of 1922, your own time period. A disorder on Explora, your time-machine, makes it use up all its metal fuel, leaving you stranded on an unknown time era. You need to find enough metal for Explora to be able to return you to your place in time. The original point-and-click interface (text-based with auxiliary icons) was replaced by a fully icon driven one. There's a row of icons at the bottom of the screen with movement arrows, a save game icon, "get", "give", "examine", etc. The conversations with characters have a basic form of speech-synthesis which can be turned off (the full text of the dialogue is displayed either way). The game boasts 13 different locations and multiple time stages.

Explora II

Explora II

Atari ST - Released - 1989

The Explora II adventure game on Atari ST resumes at the end of the first episode. After tracking to find his father's killer, the player is stuck with the time machine in an unknown era. Problem: The machine can now only work with pieces of metal. You must then find metal knowing that different objects will lead you to various historical times. Your goal is to return home in 1922.

LEM

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

The Apollo Lunar Module, or simply lunar module (LM, pronounced "lem"), originally designated the Lunar Excursion Module (LEM), was the lander spacecraft that was flown from lunar orbit to the Moon's surface during the U.S. Apollo program. It was the first crewed spacecraft to operate exclusively in the airless vacuum of space, and remains the only crewed vehicle to land anywhere beyond Earth. In this Lunar Lander style game you need to avoid the subsurface perils to reach your landing goal intact.

Rock Star

Rock Star

Atari ST - Released - 1990

Sorcerie

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

A fantasy themed platformer from Christian Stenger published by Infomedia in the French language computer journal on diskette, Floopy 64 Nº 12 in 1987.

Z-Zone

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

Shoot the pulsating blocks and enemy ships while collecting the letter p's on the screen. This game was developed by Manfredi Dominico and published by Infomedia in Floopy 64 Nº 09.

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